Bored With Your Career? Give Yourself Some Space (Literally)

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Visions of the Future: Working for Virgin Galactic

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Masten Space Systems Will Help Your Career Soar

Masten Space Systems Will Help Your Career Soar Get an inside look at what it's like to work at this aerospace company based in Mojave, California As you embark upon your quest for the perfect job, there is one industry you may have overlooked. Actually, it overlooked you — by about 62 vertical miles. I’m talking about commercial space exploration: the business of putting stuff and people from Earth into space for profit. As governments have scaled back their budgets for space exploration, doze

3 Ways Space Exploration Helps You Through Your Workday Today

3 Ways Space Exploration Helps You Through Your Workday Today Space exploration celebrates its 50th anniversary of the first walk in space Fifty years ago, Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov was the first human being to step into outer space beyond the relative safety of a spacecraft. For 12 minutes and nine seconds he floated outside his vessel with the only a 5.35-meter tether keeping him from being flung into the abyss of deep space. This successful spacewalk marked a significant moment in space
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